RANDIMBIVOLOLONA, Mirana (2016) Quantified self, a safe value ? Analyzing security and privacy in fitness trackers through an use case. PRE - Research Project, ENSTA.



This report presents my results in the study of security and privacy in fitness trackers. An use case is presented in order for the reader to clearly understand the risks in play. This study is based on the study of a Jawbone UP3 and analyzes both communication protocols used, i.e Bluetooth Low Energy and HTTPS. Thanks to various open source tools, I was able to find out many vulnerabilities that need to be fixed in order to safely use these trackers.

Item Type:Thesis (PRE - Research Project)
Uncontrolled Keywords:santé, objets connectés, fitness trackers, Quantified Self, sécurité des réseaux de communication, respect de la vie privée, Bluetooth Low Energy, Internet
Subjects:Information and Communication Sciences and Technologies
ID Code:6714
Deposited By:Mirana Randimbivololona
Deposited On:22 sept. 2016 14:04
Dernière modification:22 sept. 2016 14:04

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